After a brief pause during the winter months, ‘Piazza di Belmont’ will return by the…
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Mangia! Bronx Little Italy Launches “Piazza di Belmont” on Arthur Avenue for Weekend Evening Al Fresco Dining Tonight!
The Bronx and perhaps New York City’s first European style “piazza” for outdoor dining makes…
One of America’s Great Streets, Arthur Avenue and the heart of New York City’s REAL…
Tucked away on Arthur Avenue in The Bronx, New York City’s REAL Little Italy, is…
In New York City’s REAL Little Italy is Casa Della Mozzarella where many have claimed…
Wandering through the streets of Belmont on Arthur Avenue and side streets, you soon realize what a special place this is.
The most authentic Little Italy in New York City, Arthur Ave, despite changing demographics, still offers a unique slice of Italian tradition and history.
Hey, presidential candidates! We see (right through) you.
Just like a circus clown car, the politicians running for president won’t stop popping up in The Bronx with 3 making appearances in our borough after Bernie Sanders took our borough by storm a week ago.
In a borough that is home to so many great mom and pop restaurants and the home of Arthur Ave, New York City’s REAL Little Italy, it always baffles me why someone in The Bronx would choose to go to a chain restaurant like the Olive Garden.
That’s DEFINITELY not the ‘cucina italaliana’ (Italian kitchen) I grew up with spending time with my Italian high school friends and their families.
We already know that Arthur Avenue in Belmont is the undisputed REAL Little Italy of New York and each time we read about it we get even happier that it continues to receive that distinction.
This time, SpoiledNYC writes:
Let’s be honest, Arthur Avenue is one of the best-kept secrets of New York City.
The Bronx has been home of many Italians during the 20th century. It is impossible, for those who are interested in knowing the history of the Italian American community, to ignore this New York borough; as it is impossible not to feel Italy in Arthur Avenue, that somebody calls “the real Little Italy”.
It is here that we’ve met John Calvelli, now Executive Vice President for the Public Affairs Division of the Wildlife Conservation Society and for sure the best person to ask something about the relationship between Italy and The Bronx. We thank him for his time, and the excellent lunch we had in one of the best restaurant in Arthur Avenue!
Great news for the South Bronx! Italian Bakery Palombo is coming to 161st Street and will replace Burger King on Walton Avenue!
Time Out New York makes the case for The Bronx as the best borough and one of the reasons given is our exclusive story which you heard here first and that was Baron Ambrosia rescuing the poor pussy from the tree!
Check out the other reasons why they think we’re awesome:
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